In a village Jošanica - a village settlement Piskuša - the house of Zdravko Stojadinović was built in the second half of XIX century. It belongs to the rich type of houses with a porch and three rooms. It was built in a yard on a gentle slope. It was built on crushed stone foundation with walls made of semi – hewn oak joists. The walls are partially covered with mud and whitewashed. The four – sloped roof is covered with tile. The base dimensions are 10,15х5,65m.
Spatial organization is based on traditional room arrangement. There are two entrances on the porch – one for “the house” and another one for “stasina” – auxiliary room which served as a pantry for crockery, vats, tools and other. In the north – east part of “the house” there is an open fireplace with iron chain hangers.
Unfortunately, even though it represents a fine example of national architecture, the ghouse was brought down at the end of XX century.